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Sweat: How Much Is Too Much When Exercising?

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 8/19/19 2:36 PM

How much are you supposed to sweat during a workout? Could excessive sweating be a sign of something serious? Dr. John Clothier, a family and sports medicine physician with Dignity Health Medical Group in San Francisco, talks about sweat and what's normal for those who workout in this Q&A.

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4 Things Adults Should Know About Tetanus

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 8/19/19 1:06 PM

When was your last tetanus shot? Knowing the causes and signs of tetanus, as well as the appropriate cadence for vaccinations, can help you prevent this painful and potentially fatal condition. Dr. John Martinez, urgent care physician with Dignity Health Medical Foundation in Woodland, shares four things adults should know about tetanus. 

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Music and Your Health

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 8/6/19 2:28 PM

Dr. Gilbert Luceno, a family medicine physician with Mercy Medical Group in Roseville, shares his answers to questions about music and health. Dr. Luceno is a musician and is passionate about the intersection of music and healthy living.

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Elected Officials, Leaders, and Community Celebrate Newest  Dignity Health Medical Group Location in Tehachapi

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 7/23/19 2:01 PM

Last night, elected officials and community leaders joined Dignity Health and Dignity Health Medical Group for the grand opening of their newest medical group location in Tehachapi. The 4,000-square-foot clinic is conveniently located and will serve the growing needs of the Tehachapi community.

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What is Hay Fever? When Should You Be Concerned?

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 7/15/19 4:42 PM

Dr. Ali Amirzadeh, an expert allergy and immunology doctor with Mercy Medical Group in Sacramento, answers questions about hay fever and allergies below. 

What is Hay Fever? What does it mean if you have Hay Fever?

Hay fever is also known as allergic rhinitis. If you have hay fever it means that your body over reacts to allergens that don’t usually cause problems. These triggering allergens could be from outdoor sources (pollen or spores) or indoor sources (dust, pet dander or fur, etc.).

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